Category: Geneva Flights

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2009-2005

Summer timetable 2002 31.03.2002 With the summer timetable 2002 becoming effective on Sunday, March 31st, 75 destinations will be available, 51 in Europe and 24 overseas respectively, served by direct scheduled flights from Geneva International Airport, provided by 33 airlines. Source URL: Read More The public content above was dynamically discovered, by graded relevancy to this keyword domain, and was...

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Negative Passenger Demand Trend Continues in February

[#item_title] Translations: Continúa Tendencia Negativa de la Demanda de Pasajeros en Febrero[1] (pdf) حركة المسافرين تواصل تسجيلها نتائج سلبية في شهر فبراير[2] 国际航协:2月份全球航空客运需求持续下跌[3] (pdf) La tendance à la baisse du trafic de passagers se poursuit en février[4] (pdf) Tendência da demanda de passageiros continua negativa em fevereiro[5] (pdf) Geneva – The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced that passenger traffic...

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SITA launches Health Protect, a secure way for airlines to share health information during the pandemic

[#item_title] SITA today announces the launch of Health Protect[1] – an industry solution, to help airlines, airports, governments, and passengers safely and securely share information on health tests or vaccinations needed during travel. Successful trials have already been undertaken with travelers to the United Arab Emirates, and soon to start at Milan Malpensa Airport. For many countries, economic recovery from...

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